Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of regionalize.
  • adjective Divided into regions or considered on a regional basis

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Examples

  • Consider that its TV game time slots — whether filled with multiple games in regionalized coverage or single games shown nationally — are averaging about 17.1 million viewers, the highest in 20 years.

    Familiar duo gets call for BCS title game

  • If they lived in India, the way they celebrate would be "regionalized," he said, and they would not have the opportunity to be exposed to all the other forms of celebration.

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  • If they lived in India, the way they celebrate would be "regionalized," he said, and they would not have the opportunity to be exposed to all the other forms of celebration.

    Kentwired.com

  • Drawing Kettering in the first round was probably the toughest "regionalized" draw we could have got.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Drawing Kettering in the first round was probably the toughest "regionalized" draw we could have got.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Drawing Kettering in the first round was probably the toughest "regionalized" draw we could have got.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • However, the province argued that part of the reason for having health services administered provincially is to allow a more regionalized approach to health care.

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  • MLB P.S. In its regionalized baseball Saturday, Fox originally had the L.A. Dodgers at San Diego game Saturday going to 12% of U.S. households.

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  • Five separate wings lie on top of each other in the shape of a star, keeping particular offices regionalized while still attached.

    Alexandra Kain | Inhabitat

  • CBS 'regionalized NCAA coverage — which limited the action viewers could watch in order to accumulate viewers and prop up broadcast network ratings — was a throwback to the bad old days.

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